Chris Hemsworth picks up a hitchhiker in Australia

adminOctober 22, 2018




Chris Hemsworth just made the day of an American musician!

On Sunday, the 35-year-old actor posted a video of himself and his personal trainer, Luke Zocchi, picking up Scott Hildebrand, an American singer who hitchhiked in Australia. The clip was adjusted to Hildebrand's song, "Ready to Fly."

"So we just landed in Brissie, we just saw a guy hitchhiking in Byron Bay, that's where we're going," Zocchi exclaims in the clip, before turning the camera towards the Thor star.

"We'll go to Byron, we'll take him an elevator," says Hemsworth, wearing round blue sunglasses and a gray T-shirt.

But the duo did not plan on taking Hildebrand for the two-hour car ride, instead of opting to travel by plane. "Little does he know that we are receiving a helicopter," says Zocchi.

Once picked up, Hildebrand offers to buy gas, but Hemsworth reveals that it will probably cost more than $ 4,000.

"They are flying?" Hildebrand asks after the gas estimate.

"You are traveling to Byron Bay, brother!" Zocchi confirms to pure joy and laughs at Hildebrand.

The trio board the helicopter, where Hemsworth even helps Hilderbrand with his headphones. After a panoramic walk on the water, the actor and Zocchi leave Hildebrand.

"Okay Scotty, the dream is over," says Hemsworth. "Back to normal hitchhiking".

"I chose a hitchhiker, he was not a serial killer we were excited about and he turned out to be an excellent musician Scott Hildebrand," Hemsworth said in the legend.

Hildebrand, a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Chicago, Illinois, who plays a mix of blues, folk, rock and roll and reggae, also shared the video on his Instagram account.

"When the hitchhiking leads to a helicopter trip with Thor," he wrote. "I am very grateful for this crazy experience and the opportunity to share my music with so many beautiful people. Thanks guys!"

As if helping a stranger was not enough reason, watch the video below to learn more about why we love Hemsworth!



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